The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: February 25, 1965
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00268
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Flagler Officers IDA ALLEN NAMED I Parent-Teacher REV PORTER ON i County Board'Contracts

Assist In Arrest : OF 1965 SATURDAY Group To Have I PROGRAM CH. 12 < For

i Of Counterfeiters I i I Miss Ida Allen, daughter of Panel I Rev Howard R. Porter, pastor t'

I I Mr. and Mrs. George Allen, Jr., ProgramA of the First Methodist Churchof Ownership MapsThe

Early Wednesday Morning was selected as Miss Bunnell, meeting of the Bunnell Bunnell, will appear each I'
three officials from the U. S. High of 1963 in a contest held Parent-Teacher Association will morning next week on the Chan. Board of County Commissioners

Treasury Department in Jacksonville Saturday evening. She was: be held at 7:30 P.M., Tuesday, I nel 12 program "Living Words."|i at a special meeting f

ask the local Sheriffs crowned by the 1964 Miss Bun. March 2nd, at Bunnell High Sunday, February 28, the pro. Monday evening agreed to en. I
Office for assistance in stopping ,, nell High Alllda Tucker. School Cafeteria. I gram will be bn at 6:55 A. M. I ter into a contract with Howze I

a car carrying three men and I!! First runner-up was Miss I A special panel program will. Each morning Monday through and Associates to prepare two ,

two women from Miami who Heidi .Cisenbach.:: Second run. be presented on proposed Legis Friday the program Is on the I complete sets of property owner. I

!a were thought to be carrying a I|Iner-up was; Miss Sherry Har lation" by Mrs. Daisy Moody, air at 6:25.: ship maps at a price of 22500.:

E cache of counterfeit $10.00 bills. gett and Miss Brenda Murray:' president of Classroom Teachers I I Rev. Porter was in Jackson. I: The work Is to begin shortly

Sheriff Homer Brooks and I as third runnerup.We Association, County Superintend. I I ville Monday and Tuesday in I and would be completed in 180

Deputy Ace Drummond Joined did not receive their pie. ent Coy G. Harris and Represen : preparation for the program. days. From these maps a re

F the group about two a. m., and I I i I I tures in time for this issue, but tative W. L. Wadsworth. i iI I valuation of county propertyis
we plan to It next week. expeebiLto
staked out at Flagler Beach. carry Since the legislature will meet I be made.
1. The Sheriffs Department stop.j I II t r I in about a month with school I Mothers March I Howz 6Pjtjn/d Associate have
I ped the car and made the arrests legislation being one of the done ;jfofo revaluationIn

l at 6:40 Wednesday morn.i |! Commission most important topics on the i Nassaif 'iply/fj&Mlly. and
City I Scheduled For
ing. Deputy Drummond delivered -I i I I agenda, it is appropriate that are now v&wklilg. W/Orangb

i the prisoners to the nearest:(]Annual! Election all parents and teachers become I county. '_4'uffin: I
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infomed Friday NightThe The Board hearts< / ,
federal approved jail, which Is. about the school issues '} wfrenta*
i the City jail in Daytona Beach, Next and problems.A Mothers' March of the tlve of Hunnlcut ana A bciatea
r TuesdayVoters will be of St. Petersburg bargain for the
following the arrest report made on the March of Dimes Drive, will be
Names of those arrested or the I of Bunnell will elect PTA concession stand at the foot. this Friday evening, February work, but it was the opnlon of

Treasury Officials were not I two commissioners In the Tues ball games and Coach Bo Man. 26, March-Drive Chairman Peggy the Board and Tax Assessor Don

available at press time. I day, March 2nd election. The I uel will present the treasurer King said today. Moore that the maps proposedby

mayor-commissioner form of I a check for the PTA portion. \ The March is again this year' Howze would be more satis

Cora Buckles To government provides that the Supervising Principal Benton being sponsored by the Idle. factory for Flagler county.
Clifton will Lewis Wadsworth, chairmanof
be elected from membersof parents to
r'' mayor wood Club. The March will be
the commission at their or. visit classrooms Immediatelyafter held In Bunnell and Flagler the Farm Bureau Tax Com
Head Red Cross
the mlttee said he had read both
,t ganlzatkmal meeting In April. program. Displays of Beach. M. B. ))80) McDaniel Is
Qualified to for the students' work will be availableand the March of Dimes Chairmanfor proposed contracts and consider
run two
Fund Drive HereMrs.
parents will be encouragedto ed both good, other than some
the Flagler
commission County.
posts on are
visit technical points the board might
Victor E. Buckles has accepted Harry Atkinson and H. V. Peavy, with individual teachers. The March will begin at 7:30
want. Deciding between the two
:, the chairmanship for the Incumbents who qualified to run o'clock this. Friday evening. The .
proposals kept the board In session
1965 Red Cross Fund campaignin for re-election, and C; B. Elsen RED CROSS DRIVE Bunnell fire siren will sound one
from 7:30: to 1 A.M.
Flagler County. Dr. C. W. bach. Mr. Eisenbach has served CHAIRMEN NAMEDIN long blast at 7:30: to mark the Many persons have said In the

Fain, Jr., chapter chairman and as a city commissioner in the FLAGLER AREAAt beginning of the March. Those that
past Flagler county
Louis M. Stefllk member of the put. wishing. to contribute ;to the proper.
board of directors stressed how! The commissioners arranged the annual meeting of the March are asked to turn on their ty Is inequitably valued, and '"
securing adequate Is the
fortunate they felt that Mrs. with the Board of County Commissioners Flagler County Division of the porch lights to signify their. ,desire map. .
first In
... Buckles has, consented to being to use one -of the East Volusia-Flagler' Red Cross to the workers. step revaluing the'property. 1
In tact the assessor has
Chapter Wednesday night Mrs.
the chairman for another year I county-owned voting machines. Following the March the Bun virtually nothing In the office
after the outstanding work she I It will be In the Cora Buckles was named to
placed '
recreation nell Workers will gather at the
to work with In a valuation *
program I
serve as general chairman of the
did in the 1964 campaign. Dr. room of City Hall.
Red Cross I M. B. (Bo) McDanlel home, 511 now required by state law.
Fain said "Mrs. Buckles has an The polls will open at 7 a. m. Fund Drive in Flagler N. Pine St. to turn In the collections .

outstanding community service and will close at 7 p. m. County. and for light refresh Revaluation contract is notbeing
record and we know the community Named to serve with her as ments. entered at this time be.

will support her and her area chairman were: Bunnell, cause of litigation pending be.
workers in this Important fundraising V.F,W. Auxiliary, Mrs. Rose fore the Florida Supreme CourtIn \

drive." Flagler Beach Panchella Chairman; Korona, Bunnell Host To a case originating In Duval

In announcing the 19CS goal Mrs. Sophia Smlgielski; Haw County. The commissioners do I

of only $800, Mrs. Buckles em Election Set For Creek Community; Club with League of SmallMunicipalities not want to contract for work
j Mrs. Barbara Cody, Chairman In I
phasized that the total supply that might be ruled Illegal. ,
of blood for the Bunnell General March SecondThe the Haw Creek area. Revaluation on the basis of

Hospital comes from the Red In the Bimini and St. Johns the court decision leaves the
Cross and that Red Cross has City of Flagler Beach will Park area will be the Country tax assessor no choice except to
elect a Mayor and three Commissioners The of Bunnell hostto
Club with Mrs. Mollie Bertha City was
been extremely active In disaster revalue In accordance with thecourt's
and relief In the city election chairman for Bimini and Mrs. the League of Small Municipalities ruling.
preparedness scheduled for Tuesday, March 2. Naomi Pelllcer last Thursday eveningat
for St. Johns
operations in Flagler county In I The Farm Bureau Tax Com
the Center.
1964. Those running for commls Park. Bunnell Community mlttee and its chairman, Louis '
Twenty-six Flagler county residents I stoner are' Dave Dobson, Mar. In Flagler Beach will be the A buffet dinner was served WatUworth In particular, has It
than i iI Willie Senior Citizens Club with Martin prior to the business meeting to done
received more ninety garet Givens Harrison, an Inordinate amount of .
units of whole blood from the Ray Lehr, Charles Mlsslnne. R. Fuelling chairman; Marlneland, about 33 guests. work In Investigating what has
Red Cross Blood Program last I R. Mosby. Charles Rockett, Ger will be Mrs. Ace Drummond as Cities represented were Pier and is being done In other
son, Orange Lake Helen,
year, which In Itself representsa : aid Smith and George Wickline. chairman. City counties, the Information fum
Flagler Beach Hastings and
cost of nearly $600. In ad. : lined to the commissioners at 1
Dave Dobson and B. R. Mosbyare Bunnell.
dltlon to this large expense, during METHODIST CHURCHTO no cost
running for re-election. Ponce Inlet accepted asa
Hurricane Cleo'and Dora I OBSERVE FOUR
i George Wlckline has served two member of the League at this I
the Red Cross spent J242JJO providing
terms as mayor and Is runningfor meeting. Hastings Officials were
food and supplies -
In the many disaster a commission seat this year. Four Chaplains Sunday Observance Invited to attend and also Invited Mrs. Dora Tucker \:

shelters In Flagler county. The For mayor are Reynold Hoover will be held at the to Join the League. Eight A

Red Cross also spent 946&21 In and R. L. McNab. First Methodist Church Sunday representatives from Hastingswere i Dies Sunday In

assisting Flagler county familiesIn City Commissioners have arranged morning February 28 at the 11 present
to use one of the The annual election' of officers !
meeting disaster caused county o'clock worship hour, Rev. How. Merritt Island

needs such as food clothing or voting machines in Tuesday's ard R. Porter, said today, resulted In the following new
shelter. All of this assistancewas election. Polling place will be Special Invited guests will be officers: President, George Wick Mrs. Dora M. Tucker, mother ;

given as grants. the new Community Center, and members and families of The line of Flagler Beach; 1st vice of Willard Tucker of Bunnell

Through Its local representatives voting time will be 7 a. m. to American Legion Post 115 of president, ErskIne Royal of Lake passed away In Mrrrltt bland

Mrs. Jasper H. White and 7 p. m. Flagler County. The pastor Rev. Helen; 2nd via president, Argus Sunday after an illness of six

Mrs. Vernon Haines of the Flag Poll holders are Bessie Thlel, Porter, who Is Post Chaplain will Davis of Ponce Inlet; secretary weeks duration.

ler Beach Women's Club which Alice Lovell Elsie Goodwin, bring a special message In keep treasurer Bill Ottlnger of Orange. Mrs. Tucker and her late

sponsors Red Cross services to Margaret Aaron, and C. B. HulL I Ing with the theme.Keep City, H. V. Peavy of Bunnell Is husband, John Tucker, formerly

military families, In Flagler I Uw American Way at. the retiring president of the resided In Bunndl and operateda

county 59 servicemen <.>r their tend Church regularly each Sun. League grocery and market businesson
day. The youth choir will sing Directors were Frank De. Highway 1 at the Intersection
families were assisted. to meet BUNNELL MOTOR CO.1 I
problems beyond their Individual I' NAMED NEW DEALER!I I under the direction of Andy YelvlngtofL Bartolo, Orange City; M. B. Mc of Railroad street
Survivors Include four sons,
I Daniel Bunnell; James Mee.
means, this past year. A total *
of 96 long distance telephonecalls I I, FOR U. S. ROYALThe I I I Lake Helen; D. Timlin. Ponce Willard Tucker of Bunnell; Frank

or telegrams were sent to I Bunnell Motor Company I I J"POUE owner DUSS I Inlet; Ellis Dees, Pimon. One and Spurgeon Tucker both of )
assist these people. has been named as Flagler Tokyo girls hive adopted high I II director from Flagler Beach will Cocoa; and Richard Tucker of

Red Cross has been very activeIn I County's newest U. S. Royal I heels and knee-length dresses i be named by the president Naples. Aim among the survivors

Flagler, county this past year.It Dealer, according to an advertlsement -:I as everyday attire. Cone are' Mayor Royal of Lab Helen U a grand daughter Mrs.,
1s now time for Flagler county carried In this issue of wooden dogs, the kimono,, and said this league was the first Mlba Brmbry of Bunnell.

residents to show their appreciation I'I"'the Tribune. I I the ahlik obL Young Tokyo Small League to be organized Funeral services were held at ,'
and support by contributing i i According to the adv. they are I I save traditional dress for cere fifteen years alOSInce th.\t.1 two o'clock Wednesday after.noon
to this Red Cross Fund offering many Grand Opening' menial days and family cc.i time many haw been organized from the Wiley Baxley I

Drive, according to Mrs Buckles. Specials. I''cations. all over the state. Funeral Home of Cocoa.


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BUNNELL FLORIDA Thursday, Feb. 25, 1965
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enson points out. If you are THE BOOK NOOK I His life aboard the boat with
Home Sewing I thin, choose bulky fabrics such !I Dan, the captain's teenage son, I ST. THOMAS CHURCH
and the other unforgetablecharacters (Epl. epal)
tweed, texturlzed knit, or cor- I II
"; Trend Upward duroy. And remember that CAPTAIN COURAGEOUSBy 'j[j that adventure make this loving'a story person :: Rev.South James Anderson Henry Service Taylor Street, Jr.Sunday .

bright colors, big plaids, and Ruyard Kipling I I every 10:30 a. m. Church School
I would want to read. 11:15 a. m. Morning Prayers and
Why are more women sewing large floral prints have a ten- Sermon
than ever before? dency to make the figure look Captain Courageous is a story I I I Library Assistant: Holy Communion lit Sunday
about life on the sea and about *""" I
Miss Elizabeth Dickenson says bulkier. :I Buzzy McKnight.
transformation of from
the a
the big reason is that the new Lighter weight fabrics like ---- ---
rich, spoiled brat to a responsible
,j improved patterns have given 1 twill, poplin, or gabardine create a I
hard working man.
to because I effect. Dark and young
them encouragement sew, a slimming I
-, they know they will geta neutral colors and conservative Harvey Cheyne, a 15-year-old I
better fit. prints and vertical ,stripes helpIn son of a millionaire, falls off a !
These new-style patterns con- this way, too. luxury liner heading for Europe ''
sist of two sizes, one printed In- and is rescued by a dory from Willie: S.
side the other. Two sets of lines the English schooner Were Here. I'
Florida Farms of Disko HARRISONI
! appear on each pattern piecean The schooner's captain,
:Troop, finds his story about being
inner line for the smaller I ..
size and an outer line for the Future DiscussedThe rich hard to' believe, and
forces Harvey to work for his
larger size. typical Florida farm of I living for the next few months City Commissioner
with size
So now a woman a 11
will be ,
o the future larger more
1 I as a ,common seaman
and size 10 bust
12 hips can
., highly organized, and concentrated the schooner. FLAGLER'.BEACH
choose one pattern printed with on the production of high
these two sizes. She can cut out
t value products. It will be op- I Your Vote and Support Will
the along the Inner line,
pattern erated with considerable a- O.F.ALTORD' Be Appreciated.
size 10, for the top of the garment mounts of capital and manage Registered I
I and along the outer line,
ment know-how.
I size 12 for the skirt. Real Estate BrokerBunnell
Dr. M. O. Watkins, director of
Your choice of fabrics and colors Florida Agricultural Extension Florida II I
" Is.equally Important In solVe Service, makes these predictions,
ing figure problems, Miss DIck. and looks for close cooperation

' between farmers, food technolo-

gists ing ,experts.nutritionists, and market Insects ravaging your potato fields?,

Most Florida farmers will ,experience
a continued steady ir
growth in production per acre
and per animal unit. There will
be some decrease In the number
of people who own and op ,
e p erate commercial type farms.

I He says that Florida agriculture ...
\ is facing problems as a result .j.
r-e- of Increased urbanization.He .
stressed that larger farms.
will mean fewer farmers witha
,LIKE MAGIC need for more management ,

; MAKE AlUT,OF THINGS YOU NO ability and capital. The Job of
helping farmers to' apply new
I LONGER> USE OR WANT. THEN TURN technology and to manage their

THEM INTO CASs KITH AN AD IN operations Is becoming bigger

THIS NEWSPAPER. CALL'US... all the time. Extension's pro
duction and management spe-
WE'U HELP YOU WORD YOUR AD cialists will mesh their efforts

Into a single educational effortto c1. .,:.,_"
Nit. D. It all farmers, he said. .
Why f.,1 ; help ., .
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Besides killing on contact, Phosphamidon mores into the plant's system to liD

With TUNE-UP insects that hide l from other sprays. Phosphamidon kills the major Florida potato

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Chrysler Plymouth Valiant ORTHO in small dosages. So why hassle with combtaa-i

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Health Board Plnellas, Polk or Sarasota. 1 sioners nuvw __
Forty-four rabid bats were tee. I.
found last year, 24 In Hills- Senator Williams was told 1/
Rabid Animals
on borough. The remainder were that results of a two-year In.
scattered but none was found In dustry study of ways and means 1
Increase In StateRabid Call On Us
Alachua, Baker, Bay, Brevard to provide adequate Insurance
Dade, Gilchrist, Hillsborough. coverage for flood and related
bats are increasing In Indian River, Lake, Lee, Leon, natural disaster victims will
Florida, rabid racoons are decreasing Levy, Madison, Pasco Putnam be placed before the National 1
but rabid animals of St. Johns, Seminole, Suwanneeor Association of Insurance Commissioners '
all kinds have Increased slightly Volusia. at a New York meetIng #. ':

the State Board of Health Dr. Nichols said parents should In June. When ;

says. warn children not to pick up ..,
Dr. James B. Nichols, dlrctor bats or wild animals which are
of the Division of Veterinary
apparently tame. They probablyare MILLER
Public Health, said there were rabid.Flood. .
only five cases of rabies In domestic ELECTRONICS
animals last year-"a
tribute to pet owners, local Insurance 1744 Ocean: Short Blvd.
You Need
health units and private veteri REPAIRS ON TY!'S
narians who seem to be coope
rating more and more to prevent ,
spread of rabies from wild-I
life to domestic animals." national Insurance.Industry
sponsored plan to provide In. Call Collect 672-0377 I!

However, Dr. Nichols said 22- surance coverage for flood and -
000 persons were bitten by ani related natural disaster victims
mals last year and a number has been presented to the U.S. II GOODPrinting
had to take painful anti-rabies Senate by a representative of I ,
shots. Rabies Is a 100 per cent State Treasurer-Insurance Com Communit"I I
fatal disease to animals or man missioner Broward Williams.

once It develops. There Is. no, Eugene J. Gallagher, representing Memorial Church
vaccine for man but It can be: Williams, met this week
prevented from developing In with U.S. Senator Harrison Williams .............. ._'
most Instances If anti-rabies (N.J.), author of a senate. AIR CONDITIONED
shots are taken soon enough. passed bill authorizing a Housing Dayton AT*.
"Preventive measures are Important and Home Finance Administration FLAGLER BEACH
," Dr. Nichols said. "Don't I study on the same subject .
School 10:00 A.M.
Sunday :
get bitten. I
Church Service 11:00 A.M.
Animals should be Inoculated i Commissioner Williams servesas i
each year and he urged that I chairman of the National Association -I R. W. DICKERT:: PwtorBVBIIYOICB
pet owners not forget of Insurance Commis WKLCOMB III
There were 90 cases of rabiesIn i .
all animals In 1963; 105 In
1964. There were four rabid dogs I OFFICE FORMS

and one rabid cat In 1963. In CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
1964 there were four'rabid cats: .

Bay, Dade, Putnam and Volusia; B. CBAIO. mural Director ENVELOPESINVOICES
and one rabid dog: Hardee.In .
JOHN CAPO. Associate I
1964 there were 47 rabid I

raccoons found, eight In St. AIR OXYGEN
Johns, five In Hardee and the LADY
remainder scattered over the
state. none was reported

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product you need to control most out the seasons. And dose to harvest t I ,

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Diazinon can provide: control with Diazinon. Order '

Diazinon simplifies your spray dependable Diazinon SOW wet-
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use several different Insecticides. concentrate, from
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;t, New Floor Furniture Coverings with wood depressions that pores Involve and that engraved photograph.resemble'finishes .I Here's the right Du Pont fungicide ,

t What's new for consumers In Ing the desired .veneer and ; '

furniture and floor coverings? printing It qn base wood.: I to apply on Florida vegetables

In furniture a wide variety of Soil and stain repellant finishes I
choice In styles, sizes, and fabrics for upholostery textilesare 1 I

will be 'offered, says Mrs. useful to the consumer, but : for disease control
Gladys Kendall, marketing spe- claims of magical performanceare dependable

cialist, .Florida Agricultural Ex- likely to lead to dissatisfaction. ,
tension Service. One trade columnist warned
The buyer will find some Innovations that consumers should be The Du Pont Vegetable Spray Guide below shows you the right spray materials and .

In "built-in" features, I I told the facts and not given the proper application rates for best disease control on major Florida vegetables. AU ,
such as concealed lighting, electrical that these finishes
outlets, and plastic shelf I. impression"will put the coke stain backIn Du Pont fungicides listed are fully registered. Each has a long record'of success in

surfacing.One i the bottle, the catsup backon helping Florida growers increase yields rind raise profits.

current development ,is I the hamburger, and the mustard
back on the hot dog roll. I
expected to result In some Crop and Disease Material .Rate. When and How Often to Spray ,
What about floor coverings? .
changes In the use of woods. I '.
Turfted floor coverings con- TOMATOES
Walnut has long been the most tinue to dominate the soft goods Late Blight MANZATt 0 1'rH Ibs.'per 100 lals. Start when plants are set in fields .
popular wood for American I Ii Early Blight 1 MANZATE and continue every 1.10 days. I
area, with those made of man- Grey leaf Spot PARZATEC .
i furniture and demand Is outstripping a.Scterotinioise ,
the new growth of made fiber or blends of wool fERMATE 2lbs,per 100,als. As plants are set and when disease
I walnut trees. and man-made fibers increasingly Botrytis(Gray Mold) THY LATE 144 Ibs.per 100 lals. threatens.Spray every 3.5 days. ." ,,'
displacing pure wool carpets.For ''
To stretch the supply, and to hard surface floor cover- ,,
Late When 2.6 In
Blight MANZATE plantsar. hilh.Spray ,
provide time for a planned program Ings, the major development Is Early Blight MANZA Dl J 1.2Ibs.per acre every 5.10 days when disease threatens. '.
of conservation and re- the rapid rise In the popularityof ARZATE C 14.2 Ibs.per 100 lals. '

planting to be effective, the U. S. vinyl asbestos tile. LowerIn CELERY i'

Department of Commerce revisedthe price than vinyl tile and more (MANZA D HH Ibs.per 100 lals. When plants established In the '
standard for thickness of I durable and easier to maintain Late t' blight i f MANZAIE 'ltld Spray weekly under average _
walnut veneer from 1/28 Inchto than asphalt tile, vinyl asbestos Early, Bight (PARZATE C' condltlons-wh severe every 3-5 days '

1/36 Inch.Reaction is now 'available in a large Early Blight THYLATE I" Ibs per. 100 lals. When plants emerl.-continu.in the ..
Late Blight 1.ld.Spray every 3 days,more often I
of and color
furniture variety styles
among Rhlzoctonta(lit celery If necessary. '
dealers is mixed, but more firms ranges. plant beds and field) .
appear :to be accepting the thin Since it Is easy to Install and Damping 01!' I fER MATE 1 lb.each per 100 1.ls. In plant bed.Spray every 7 days. ... 'r
ner veneers. Efforts are also being available in several styles, in- ZERLA T[ Severe conditions every 3,5 days. tB!.

made to step up the development cluding 12-by-12 inch squares, BEANS : '

.of artificial finishes and many do-it-yourself addicts MANUTE 40 Ibs.per acre When small Spray every 5-7 days.
to Improve those now beings have begun using,it Rust and sulfur ,0"' -
90% IS dust -

I ------ "' '*' PARZATE C m.2I Ibs.per 100 lals. When disease threat.ns.Spray\ .
every 4-7 days. ,r." "
I Anthracriose. ". 'ARZATE, C UoH Ibs.per 100. lals.. When disease threat.ns.Spray
.. : ,
ge p, 't. a every 4-7 dayJ. ,
.. "
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MANZATE D 14 2 Ibs.per 100 pls. When disuse threatens.Spray
: 0 CALL ,.Downy Mildew" MANZATE PARZAnC ( every 4-7 eliys. ,

Anthracnose 0 Soon as plants begin to run or when
Downy Mildew IMANZATE 144.2 lbs.per. 100. E eats. disuses threaten"' Spray ev.ry
I Lear Spot 7-10 d.1S. I
Bunnell Motor -Other Leaf Diseases'exPARUTE C 144.2 IDs.per 100 1.1s. Soon as plants appear above ground.eept -
Powdery Mildew) I Spray every 3-5 days,under severe.
con: ,".ltlons. '

MANUTE When disuse threat.ns Spray every ,
MANIA TE DJ 2 Ibs.per lOQ,als. 7-10 days.
,.,. Frogeye Spot PARZATE When disease threat.ns. Spray every t-. .,..___....'
;, Company WATERMELONSDowny 7-10 days. T

MlldlwAnthracnose ,
MANZATE 0 Soon IS plants begin;, to run-or when
Certospora Leaf Spot MANZATE 144.2 Ibs. per 100 gals disease t"'eat."s." Spray every 7.10
Gummy Stem PARZATE C dayS-Stver.conditionS.v.ry3 5 days.
,:. 437-3301 Blight

SWEET CORNHeiminthosporium .
s MANUTE 0 When 6 inches tall.! Spray every 7.10
Leaf' MANZATE 144.2 lbs. per 100 gals days.Severe condUons twice week
PARZATE C while disease Is prmnL

I Commercial Household CABBAGE ... ,
-:- Alternaria Leaf f t..t. 1" Ibs per 100 lals. As plants are set and when disuse \ >.
.< 0 Apply up to ISO I'S.! thr.atns.Spray weary.Severe
Downy Mildew I IMAN1ATE per atr. conditions very 35 d.ys.REMEMBER. .

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FOR i .
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GAS, FUEL OIL Here's how to increase ideal vegetable supplemental yields J nitrogen with Du PontNUGREENLthe

urea terUhzer,

' "Nu Green" is 45% nitrogen from urea that resists leaching and provides the long- ,

; LUBRICATION NEEDS lasting source of nitrogen that vegetables need. Below is )'ouf1guidc to applying ,

MNu Green" for best results.


QUALITY PRODUCTS Us. ION..II,Crttn" Peg 100. gate.' Crept.

4"to -5 Tomatoes, cucumbers cabbage,cjulif tower' ,celery,.lettuce,peppers,
I snap beans sweet corn,strawberries. *
5 to 10 Sweet potatoesPotatoei" -


8Q to 160 pounds of'lii Green" per acre art recommended. .. 'for top4reuirif regetabtes. -applied .
through irrigation water, or In ground. or IK! equipment ':> :

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to 1. 36
120 IVi 54
160 2 n


\ dip out this guide or pickup a copy from your local dealer.Post it
as a handy reference to the best in disease control for your vegetables -
; All CU[ PDNJ) and the feeding of supplemental nitrogen. For more specific
Fligler County
information,consult your Du Pont dealer.
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: WANT ADS Home, EquipmentChanges
WE GIVE Quantity Rights
MarkedExciting METTSSUPER Reserved
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Prices Good
clean and keep your septic tankor new developments in I
cesspool activated at all home equipment are on the Thurs., Fri., Sat., .
VALUE & Mon. Feb. 25 26
times. Five' treatments $1.00. market. Kitchen ranges, refrlg. MARKET
27 & March 1
Rodgers Food Store, Bunnell. erators and refrigerator freezers,
Feb. 252tc14.foot vacuum cleaners, television, STAMPS
103 S. Railroad St.
small appliances, and laundry Telephone 7-3201
Runabout, 35 horse. equipment all have a new look.
power motor and trailer, 22500.
Phone 439-2016, after 6 p.m. Home economists with the
Feb. 25-tf Florida Agricultural Extension '
Service say that production of OUR PLEDGE TO YOU IN 65

FOR SALE-new 1 ton air conditioner household goods is at an all-
will' sell for half price. time high. (1)) The Best in Quality Meats.
Also new twin bedroom. set, ((2) The Best in Produce & Quality Groceries.
half price. Call 4392082. 25-ltp The. 1965 free-standing rangesare (3)) Continued Courtesy & Appreciation.
designed to look like built-
FOR SALE-Sears large size circulating ins. To eliminate reaching over (4) Always Competitive Prices.

heater, good condition, one burner to use another, burners
$25. George Condon, 409 Daytona are placed In an L-shaped Flavor Aged (U. S. Choice)
Ave., Flagler Beach.

FOR 225.2tp JUNT-t bedroom furnish pattern Slow baking is featured, in CHUCK ROAST Ib 45Flavor <
some of the ne wmodels, with
ed house In Flagler Beach. For
Information call 4392194. Flag.
ler Beach. 2-25-2tc from high to very low heat to Aged (U. S. Choice) .
effect slow cooking or warming

_FOR JUNT-1 bedroom house, temperatures. '
'unfurnished Palm Harbor Flag. Shoulder ROAST Ib 55'
are interestedin
Many buyers
ler Beach, W. E. Fennell, Jr., easy oven cleaning. Some
equipped with pullout .
--. ranges come Flavor Aged (U. S. Choice)
SALE-Electric 200 Amp Portable liners or with super-heat
Welder, air cooled 800, Lr devices for quick oven cleaning.A .

'-safe. -ID 73664.'- 2.18.2tp--- new breakfront refrigerator, RIB ROAST -: Ib 79'''
COX UPHOLSTERY. Highway U with a refrigerator on top anda ,
Bunnell, Fla. For Information work above a sizeable .
''Phone 4373673. Will upholsterand rollout geezer, has been introduced Lean Cut (Rib End)
reflnlsh. 2.11.4tp by one company. .
---. PORK CHOPS 3t51
FOR SALE-Fire Place Wood. Two big Innovations In refrigerators :
Call 4392214. 1.28-6tc are the use of a new
type of Insulation allowing for World's Best (Compare Quality & Price AnyWhere.)

FOR Room SALErooms, garage, dock and on Florida canal. more increasing interior exterior capacity dimensions without, GROUND' BEEF 3 Ibs T
Furnished or and the appearance of no-frost for

sonable monthly payments down payment., 205 N. Flag.Low types, taking the place of other Flavor Aged (Choice) Ib Center Cut

ler. 4392382. 1-28-tf types Newest of defrosting.type vacuum cleanersare CHUCK STEAK 55' PORK CHOPS 69'

FOR SALE Ford half ton pick. lightweight uprights weighing .
up. Coy Harris 4373367. After 5 and 7 and
6 P.M. call 4373573.: 11. .U combining between the brush pounds,action of Flavor Aged (Family) Choice Lean Juicy (ALL MEAT)

WANTED IRONING to do at my the upright with the suction STEAK59' STEW ro 69-
home, reasonable. Pick up It de and the convenience of the electronic !
livery. Phone ID 73669. broom type.

1'u-tf( Television manufactures con Herlhey' Pillsbury Plain or S. R. Food King
SEPTIC TAKE cleaning: drain tinue to make Improvements In
fields Installed; snail shell Reasonable Round fidelity, color purity, picture
prices. Call George Jaroz. clarity, and automatic fea SUGAR FLOUR OLEOS
There Is trend to small
ID 7-3410 8-1-tf tures. a
er size sets which are expectedto
CONSTIPATED. ? be available In the popular 37- 5"' Ib 37- Ib 10-
T. pn r PRUN-6vAeostalnlni In the next with the
Pr.... Flit A Bnn U world* range year Bag Bal Solids
Smo-o-th'it. belt aDd mod natural possibility of 4or 5-Inch
laxative. hyrry to
MOODTS PHARMACYfor icreens. Limit (1) with purchase Limit 1 with purchase of Limit 2 with purchase of
4* UbUU r n rou for rRKB lie. Or 8AJIPLB.r 1.000.tC9 or In the small appliance cat. $5.00 or more food order $5.00 or more food order $5.00 or more food order
old .acb jr.*,. about 400 different cord.
egory Fla. Grade "A" (Dixie Egg Co.)

JOHNSTON'S I less produced.items Continued are currently research being In H E D. EGG S 2 DOZEN 79 *

FLAGLER BEACH REALTY co. the rise of energy cells, solar
LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT, cells and other power devices
WATER FRONT, FARMS, Mill undoubtedly result In free Everfresh
ACREAGE Ing additional equipment from
foe es for yew real estate needs the trailing cord. Home econ* POUND CAKE Each 29'
Office Phone HE 9-2343 mists say some of the cordless I

Residence Phones ID Items have advantages. Others Everfresh (Big 20 Loaf
or ID 13681'I I have limited usefulness. FROZEN FOODS-

-r BREAD 5r-$1OO Fro JoyICE MILK

IGal.. 49C
24 hourWrecker American Beauty ((303 Can) McKensU's. 20 01. Bar

Service CREAM CORN 8 canIOO WHOLE OKRA bag 39c

Flagler Truck & Tractor CO. showboat 300 can Farm Frosh Produce

MAS5EY-FERGUSON PORK&BEANS 10 cansVan JR Cello (u. S. No. l Select) ,
Cray.. Farm Industrial Equipment POTATOES 65C 1
Camps 12 ot. Can 10 lt bag

Owner Bunnell, Florida CORNED BEEF for 89 TOMATOES .19C

., Bounty (Chicken) or- Beef 4 lt Cello BagSTEW


The firs' Insurance: ponds we write still give the some
protection. Bat today yea can often enjoy ad
tUttonal coverage benefits Home Ownfs ?oUcy-at very 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREETOP


Boinomber H. T. Cook Agency U ready to help yea With purchase) of With Purchase of With Purchase of

tab advantage! el those extra cottioges.Telephone. 4373341or $1.50 worth of 2 Ibs. of Lykes Pure Pork Everfresh Twin Pk,.
stop In soon for full details. LIGHT BULBS Smoked Sasuage (@> 69c Ib POTATO CHIPS

H. T. COOK AGENCY Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
rhooo m.>>ll dawns Bank Building BaanelL Flo. Monday March 1 1965 Monday March 1 1965 Monday March 1 1965

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Garden Club in the short form 1040A Instruc. r 1" ,\,,-,, II II.! ,-,:,...,\..,;'.I ,. ;-1' ,
tlons illustrate methods of tax
computation with incomes un
Party der $5,000," Tomlinson added.
The Flagler Garden Club is
sponsoring a Military Whist He reminded taxpayers that PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., QUANTITY RIGHTS
Party at the New Flagler Beach these tables provide different FEBRUARY 25,26,27, 1965 RESERVED
Recreation Center on St. Pat. computation instructions allow.
rick's evening, March 17,'at 7:15. ing for the standard deductionand
For 'tickets phone 439.2326 or the new minimum standard Grade "A" Western Beef Small Lean Meaty
,4392010. deduction. The tables also,
I provide Instructions for computing : CHUCK FRESH
WORLD DAY OF PRATER tax liability depending'', .
REHEASALS FIR. FEB. 26th upon the marital status of taxpayers
There will be a rehearsal of and whether separate or
the World Day of Prayer par. Joint returns are filed.
Grade "A" Western Beef Copelan's Tender Smoked
ticipants tomorrow (Friday) at
the Community Memorial Mr. Tomlinson cautioned tax ROUND BONEROAST 4.6 Ib Avg. Wt.
i payers to file Form 1040A to be
Church, 1001 S. Daytona Ave.,
sure and read the Instructions
Flagler Beach beginning at 10 Ib 59' PICNICS Ib
carefully before preparing re
8. m.
turns. He also pointed out that
The chairman, Mrs. Albert
topical headings of each tax U. S. Choice CENTER CUT PALM RIVER
Batten, asks each person taking table who use ,
part to bring along a friend so them.. explains may FAMILY (CHUCK) SLICED BEAKFAST
I the program can be completed.
In this area the taxpayer information STEAK 59" BACON Ib
1 METHODIST CHURCH telephone No. is Daytona
Church school time 9:45 a. m. Beach 2524319.
\ and morning worship is at 11
o'clock with Rev. Reynold Hoover
Minister. The chapel choir FOLGERS HERSHEY'S
I will sing ,special music next Bunnell TheatreOpen
\ Sunday during the regular wor. Each Night 6:45 -
The MYF meets each Sunday
evening at 6:30.: All youths 12 here comes helpful A _
to 21 are invited to attend.
1 Can Lb. 59' 5th 39-

1 Books Are My DishBy '511 ,

Thanks to Mrs. Katherine .. : Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food
Beckman, the Flagler Woman's
Club Library now has 50 or more
new clothbound booksmanyof IJORDER.rqey
the latest mysteries and nov 21/2 Valley Brand No. / Can Starkist

picked up one mystery, 1965:1

''Troika which,'' by we David knew Montross nothingand about \ PLUMS 4 -T TUNA 3 for$

from then on we were lost SUNDAY & MONDAYAnnouncing
Limit 4 Please
: :
to the world. We don't care for
spy stories as a rule, but this
2/ Food King
one even more exciting than
''The Man Who Came In From CORNED BEEF HASH or

could the In Cold.a be way"except better that If such we a think thing APRICOTS ". 29' BEEF STEW 3 for$

the plot is Improbable but not
impossible. But who cares? The 303 Stokely's Golden MIX or MATCH
writer is a master of suspenseand CREAM STYLE
tells a good story. That's all
you can ask of any writer except Pillsbury's
CORN 5 $100
j that he has a fine style IL Fu&ssos' REG. PRICE 41c 3
which this one has. We suspect
I he Is English. And the Englishstill -- CAKE MIXES $
know how to read and No. 3 (Squat) Bush Showboat
write. wyti SWEET
\ staff 1vo uM o

; Some TaxpayersAre POTATOES 2 (or43 Large

I Not Taking 1 RINSO 2-

i! Legal Deductions"Some FROZEN FOODS

taxpayers are not claim. 24 oz. Winter Garden
: ing deductions to which they are APPLE FRESH PRODUCE :;
legally entitled," Laurie W CHERRY PIES 3 for T
: Tomlinson, District Director of PEACH U.S. No.l WHITE 10 Ib Kraft : : :
Internal Revenue says. Limit 3 Please
t 'ThIs oversight results in an POTATOES
I additional tax assessment, and I 14 oz. 4 Fisherman '
for those claiming refunds, the FISH
amount of refund Is substantial. ;
f' ly reduced," Tomlln noted. 0 1 !b Carton
,I Mr. Tomlinson said that A STICKS :
large percentage of Forms 1040A a wrw pkg.TOMATOES
received so far from taxpayers Ib
t with Incomes under $5,000: In. DAIRY
1 dlcates that taxpayers are using :
the wrong tax table to compute
8 oz. Pillsbury's CANNED Large Head
their tax liability. I !
"The four tax tables contained --




Bunnell City CommissionIN With this coupon and your I; With this coupon and your With this coupon and
THE MARCH 2nd CITY ELECTIONI purchase of one (1) 10 oz. purchase of (4) four purchase of three
Twin Pack Erer-freth Any Size Whole or .
Earnestly Your

C. B. EISENBACH Coupon Expires Coupon Expires Coupon Expires
Saturday, Feb. 27, 1965 Saturday Feb. 27, 1965 Saturday Feb.> 27,


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I 1965' r



PERSOHA1S Announcing IFlagler County's .. ;

Newest U1$1 Royal DaBler (

:Mr. and :Mrs. :Morris I Barry Yelvington ,

Hosts To Band Honored At A

For Dinner Birthday Party ,r!

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris Barry Yelvington young son
were hosts at a Valentine Din of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Yelvlng
ner Party February 14 at their ton Colony Park, was honored BUNNELL MOTOR cO.j
home. Invited guests were mem- Sunday afternoon when his b
bers of the Bunnell School Band, neighborhood playmates ]Joined '
"Biggest Little Band In Dixie," him for games and birthday '
and also members of the "Little cake served with ice cream. "Since I want to stay in the tire business a longtime, I want to offer my friends and .

Band." The occasion was celebratinghis neighbors the absolute best. That's why I have chosen to handle the complete line I :

The bands presented their an. third birthday anniversary of U.S. Royal Tires with CVCTM (Catalytic Vulcanizing Compound). This patented ::1
nual Winter Concert on Thursday which occurred February 22. S '
evening at the school gym. process fuses rubber and cord into one unit, virtually eliminating a major cause of .

Mrs. Mary Bam Is recuperating tire trouble. offering you thousands of extra trouble-free miles."
I In the Bunnell General Hos .
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.I pltal from a freak accident from Harry Atkinson, Owner
Andy Yelvington Sunday were i which she suffered a fall. ..
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Mr. and Mrs. Pascal Carr and
children of Melrose. Florida.

Floridians Earn

Mrs. L L Harris visited In St.
Augustine Monday and Tuesday Ten Percent More
with Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Whit-
le y. The Past YearThe
r 1..
strengthening of Florida N Y, y
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter economy during the past yearIs
Morris Sunday were their revealed as year-end figure I M
son In law and daughter, Mr. are totted up, the Florida State A
and .Mrs. John Ellis of Orlando.Mr. .I Chamber of Commerce reports.. :
II I "The earnings of Floridians, .
and Mrs. Bob Cook were plus all other types of personal L
in Clearwater Sunday visiting income, moved up about 10 percent
with their daughter, Mrs. Harry to reach an indicated $13
Ganlck who Is ill. Their three billion last
year. Employment :
grandchildren returned home in non-farm establishments
with them for a visit of a week. gained 4.5 per cent, averaging

1.503,500 by the end of the yea "
Rev. and Mrs. Howard Porter ; '
while population Increased i 3 t.
were In Jacksonville Mondayand ..
per cent 'and totaled about 5,
Tuesday preparing the pro. 800,000."It \ ',I'r a
gram for the Living Words Channel w
is significant of the healthof .
12 program during the weekof ... .\I, >,4
the economy that both personal
February 23. Income and employment '. ,
grew at a faster rate than dId
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blelejeskl and population.
young daughter of Jacksonville I Issued last I
"Building permits Featuring "
were business visitors here Mon year, Increased 7 per cent to total ::: -
day. more than $1.4 billion In
19G4, the first year to top 1959 Tiger sjusf rarin' to
I go
Mrs. Claude Barrow and sons according to University of FlorIda pa ,
Pat and Eddie Barrow, visitedIn estimates. I
Panama City and Tyndall Bank assets, up 9 per cent The Standard Equipment Tire For The
Field Monday. They were accompanied "
reached $7 billion. Savings and
there by another IOn Loan Association accounts totaled Mustang, Detroit's Wildest New Car.
Buddy, who is stationed at Tyn.
$4.7 billion, up 11 per cent
dall and had spent the weekend .
"Sales tax collections, comparable
They're only $2 or $3 more
here with his parents. during the last six

months only, Increased 12 percent than regular Original Equipment tires.jKNDOPENINGSPEO1AiJ.
Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Metts and gasoline sales moved
and children were visiting in 6 cent. I
up per
Central and West Coast of Florida "In spite of these gains, new
two days last week. businesses are not being formedIn

the state as rapidly as might ,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hosfordof be expected. Last year's total [
Council Bluffs, Iowa, arrived barely nosed out 1963 and was )
Tuesday for a visit here with lower than the I960 figure."
his mother, Mrs. Naomi Hosford.
They will also, visit with his VISITORS UNDO JEFFERSON
brother and sisters Jack Hos
ford and Carolyn Raulerson, and Hordes of visitors proved.
Naomi Rodgers. Thomas Jefferson's undoing. The M
steward at Montlcello, his estate
Mr.. and Mrs. Louis Bam hadas near Charlottesville Virginia u. S. Royal Safety U. S. Royal. U. S. Royal 1
their guest last week Mr. and groaned: "I have often sent a Safety 800
Mrs. D. M. Martin and daughter wagon-load of hay up to the Air Ride The New Car Truck Tires <

Cathy from Chattanooga, Tenn. stable and the next morning 670-15 Tubed Black TTib.rel 600-16 6 Ply a
Mrs. Martin Is the niece of Mrs. there would not be enough to 600-13 ... Black .
make a bird's nest. I have killed
Bam.Also visiting with the Bam a fine beef and It would all be 95
95 95
were Mr. and Mrs. James Neal eaten In a day or two. After 10. 15 14.
and son. Jimmy Neal, of Twin Jefferson's death his daughterhad 'j 1
City Georgia. Mrs. Neal Is a to tell Montlcello to pay hisdebts. .
niece of Mrs. Bam. .
Plus Tax & Exchange Plus Tax

I White Sidewalk 4
POLISH SUPPER Slightly Higher

Saturday February 27
Other sizes sale priced too

Serving from 6:30 to 9:00 p. m. U.S. ROYAL TIRESEngineered


KORONA CIVIC CLUB to keep your spare In the trunkI



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Thursday. Feb. 25.
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Fashion Picture The greatest, gayest varietyof I fashion news. I -

stripes yet seen are availablefor Stretch fabrics allow for maximum HASTINGS
spring. Sculptured and dimensional comfort plus better fit,, INSURANCECO.
For This &
fabrics their relief
longer wear, superior recovery',

effects achieved through printing Increased wrinkle resistance' 710-12 Lemon St. LEE B. MERCER AgentP.
spring picture
I; weaving, stitching emboss- and freedom of Palatka, Florida
focuses on soft details and pret- ; greater movement O. Box 518, Bunnell
: ing or laminating, are making Phone EA 5-9166 Phone 437-3460
tlness. Skirts this spring Fumltu-v Upholstering

some kind of motion-flare, Repaired & R.f1n1lbedMattr'1 -

pleats, bias cuts, and dirndlto & Box Springs IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

make them more flattering, Made 10Order, Also Renovated KLARLHH IN CIIANCEHY COUNTY, KI/OltlUA
AO. 50U0
says Miss Elizabeth Dickenson, Call Laura Morris 437-3233 LOIS YOUO
In Florida After 6:00 P. M. Plaintiff.
clothing specialist, Florida Agricultural VI,
in the BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED. Defendant.
game roombeer's
Look for softer necklines. NOTICE TO IJKKnVU
Just as near as your THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
Wide V's, cowl, and horseshoe Phone or Post Office JOHN J. YOOa :

styles are popular.. Sailor col. the one. Drop Us A Card or Call 732 Broadway _

lars are back In the news. 1 Free Pick-up & Delivery You Newark.are hereby New notified Jersey that a .
for good taste suit has been filed against you In
Wider belts are returning. The the above entitled cause; and you

double.breasted dress, the blouseon iv TIIK CIRCUIT cotRT OF are hereby required
fun Kl.AKI.KR tOlNTY, FLORIDA ewer with the ktoorlhr.oo: :\,
the dropped waistline, and good IV CIIANCKHY: NO. SOU and to serve a copy thereof upon
CAROL .... REQIEC. the plaintiff or plaintiff attorney,
the low flounce are high style.
Plaintiff, whose name anaddress Is:
Clear, fresh colors are important v.. SAMUEL V. HOLCH
LEON ALEX REGlEC. 110 N. Third Street
are strongly Palatka Floridanot
Defendant. later than March 12, A. D. DCS. .
favored for NOTICE TO UF.JI'tNDTHE
spring. They are If
fall to
you do so, decree pro
preferred In the pink casts of LEON ALEX nEGlEC, : confesio will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the
misty coral coral reef sunset whose residence and bill of
post office address are unknown aid suit complaint. The nature bf
and into flamingo. Other becoming You are hereby notified that a I WITNESS beingfor hand divorce.
my and seal of
.ult has been filed In
fruit shades against you aid Court this 9th day of FebruI
are peach, the above entitled 'cause; and you A.

cantaloupe, pale apricot, melon are hereby with the required Clerk to plhr.O'gO gnawer t-, I, ( rnc IDser:6.Clerk: of said. A. SMYTIIE

and tangerine. and to serve a copy thereof upon i By Julia R Circuit Court
Citron tones in shades of mimosa the plaintiff or plaintiff'. attorney. Deputy Clerk
whose name and address : Feb. 11-18-21 & Mar 4-4tc
lemon grapefruit, and RAY 8KLDKN
chartreuse are good. Tiger goldis Daytona Beach Floridanot 01 t)I)".:. KLAUI.KH COUNTY.
effective with later than March 29. A. D. 1X5. PLORII1A. IN rilOllATK.
particularly .
If you fall to do >o. decree proconfenso In re: Estate of
navy. will be entered agalntt JOSEPH CHARLES WALKER.
you for the relief demanded In the
For a sensational look, choose You name your game,ping-pong or checkers bill of complaint. The nature of To All Creditor and Deceased.Persons

dazzling black and white In said cult being for divorce. Having Claims or Demand Against
cards or chess. Play it hard, and it WITNESS my hand and seal of Said Estate: ,
enormous, dramatic prints, or laid Court this 23rd day of Febru You and each of you are hereby

equally effective stark white in takes a lot out'of you. That's when you ary(Official A. D.Seal 1965.) aid. H' claim notified and and demand required to which present any
you or
the Important new sculptured I Jike' most to settle down in a soft chair and enjoy By Clerk Julia of It. l Harvey Circuit Court the either estate of of you Joseph may Charles have against Walk

weaves. Deputy erkNOTIt'.1 er, deceased late of
Dots are popular, and they your friends' talk and your beer's taste. Beer was Feb. 25 & March 4.11.11-4te to the County Judge said of County.Flag-ler

County, Florida, at his
office In
come in tiny to saucer size in made to relax with. Made to refresh you, cool OF OF ADOPTION IIOAHII OK OFRK10MTIOV the court house of said County at
classic and abstract versions. cheer So time COUNTY; COMM1 IOVKHI CLO- month.Florida from within the time.Ix calendar
you, your next you're playingsome IVO PART OF ROAI)" AND IIR> first publication of this of the
Surprise color combinations of notice.
tangerine or grapefruit yellow, sociable at-home game, take time MIMIIT OK COUNTY AND Two mand copies shall be of In each writing claim, and or shall de.
hot pink on scarlet, or poislon out for the companionable taste of beer. LAND LYING WITHIN. TUB CONKINK4 post state office the address place ct of residence the claimant and

green on ,sky blue look newest. J ( TIIKHROK.TO :r.1mtll.b sworn to by the
or attorney
hereby given that
Clipped and flocked dots on and
are I' P.0. lOX 273,WINTER PARK.FLORIDA February lat 1S. In accordance one accompanied dollar and such by a claim filing fee of.
or de
favorites. .
with Section
.e Florida Statute
mand not so tiled shall be void.
1X3. The Uonrd of County Daisy Reddlclc Walker
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Commissioner of Flakier County. A* Administrator
of the Estate
Florida adopted a Resolution cloy of Joseph Charles
Ing vacating and abandoning that Walker
I portion of a certain public road deceased.
First publication
1J. February 11. 1915
{ described a. follow.: Feb. 11.11-21 A: Mar 4-4to
Being a part or Hection s, Township -

? f'I and more IS South particularly Unite described it East. I I 8e.l'E\1\ !will FOR be BIOS received In
House-hunting 1 a* follow:
the office of the City Clerk of the
; Beginning at the point where City of Bunnell. Florida In the
the North line .
1 of the said H c> Civic Center
tlon 9, intersects the Building on or bee
t centerline fore 4:10: p. m. on the 1st day of

you see a-t [home, with the of point thence the of along Old South reference King the II centerline and decree Road running a*44'of a pump.1.000 March.gallon Installed A. n. gasoline 19SS.regular for tank gas two (and octane (2)

Eutb Id Kings Road a distance high number test shall be 92 or more)

of intersection'01." feet with to the the centerline point of s I'btu't': .gasoctane or more). 10WIO number and

Medallion 8 emblem of Electrical of a county road:. thence South purpose gear 20 lubricant weight oil multi
2$ degree 1$ 19 West along sea lubricant.
the centerline of the .ala county All price shall be firm for the
road a dlstanre of U,." duration of the
feet: thence (tout* I des,... 1$' Each bid shall contract be period.

Excellence step inside for a good the West.al City
of nUt feet. tbtnr South 14) Commissioner reserve the
4f II
degree Reel a distanceof
reject any and all bids and

look 1 qfJ The builder is proud ', brick with III the road M feet renterlln: thenre*t" an South Intersection of the II *old.. of ment to accept the will City the be of bid for Bunnell the that best>>In Florida.its Interest judg,

:::tr..J; of II the Jfiasl.olii t b.. :tl'ro'!,, seal I'TtafHIt: day hand of and official

a distant of 721" feet to the A. I). 1MI. February.

Interaction(formerly Stale of State Road Road N' It too), City Shelton of B Dunn.Barber. Mayor

of it. No wonder because it's got for a point of beginning. ; of thecenterllne ATTEST- ". Florida

; to of be the described ion foot: thence rightofway Feb. n l.2CZ-I\cd..fI.\: City Clerk.

continue South II degrees 17* --

;: everything* for your comfort .|hra of II*the 1417.43 altd brick feet along to road the the,'a centerllne Intersection distanceof l t'I..U IV Tilt CIIAVCKHY:I.tn'lItrl'IT(.01 VTY.NO.'O..T.MOB....0"1.I .Of..'-

of the Old King Road and FRANK
the point of terminus of thisdescription. Mdlla.LENPlalatitf.
Excepting therefromthat ...

: and convenience |jj Better Living description portion Ifnih.wft'hf.t.of said State...Road,,therightofway R ANTOINETTE NOTICE McMULLEV.TO Defendant.D.:KKVI; >

.1 No. 100 and within the rltht- THE STATEOp FLORIDA. TO:
of-way of said Old King )toad. ANTOINETTE: MeMULLEN
I wboee residence and
ALSO and poet office address

Electrically Being a part of Section t. Township are unknown
: 12 South. Range II East, You are hereby notified that a
and more particularly described suit has been filed against you In
; the above
: entitled
a. follows: cause; and you
Beginning at the point where are hereby required to file your an
trJ -" the North line of the said Section swer with the Clerk of this Court
.to t. Intersect the centerllne and to serve a copy thereof upon
of the Old King Road, a* a the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
..$; whose
point of reference and running name and address I*:
I ", S .T thence South U degree.1* RAY SELDRN
( :, :, ', East along the centerline of Selden Building
,r- YES. EVERYTHING Ie the Old King Road, a distanceof : aytona Reach Florida
a 101.11 feet to the point of not later than March IX A. IX 1911
I :,
," ", t, / Intersection with the centertlno If you fall to do .. decree pro
of a county road thence South ronfeseo will be entered against
SI degree II' 30' West, along you for the relief demanded In the
\ the centerline of the said county bill of "iii oJ .
10!,' road a distance of 141.74 saM suit being for divorce.
v', Cool. clean fUmeleu all-electric kitchen. -" "
,, ; 1" I fret: thence South I degree II WITNESS my hand and seal oft
o I."" + e Four or more major electric appliance,thoughtfullyarranged. r West, along the. centerline o aid Court: thl. 14th day of Febfttfcap -
f ., the said county road a distanceof a.\tu.E.\
p t 211.19 feet: thence South 1* A. SMYTHR

.'. e Full Housepower wiring with' plenty of handy. of degree III"4*feet" It*to East an ,Intersectionwith a distance I Clerk By JuFeb. of. sell n. Harvey Circuit. Court

!, witches and outl.ta. ; the centerline of the Old I Deputy Clerk

l e Ample U.hUor Living pUnned for cheerful illumination ,, ,;I. Krlck* Jj.aelia"b.: : South D IS degree the 11-21 A&hr W.ch 1.tlIlet
i .'
I'' and decorative beauty. centerlln of theOld Brick
Road a distance of 731II
.1 1 _, Non, C'AHIW Thn for to CO ALL KLSCTRlCt... to the Intersection of State feet

'J than to utt It lit romp/netton with AIsm-l tpe fuels. No. 1M (formerly State Road 3aglrr! iirlban,
No. .l1li. thence South 10 degree
t 10* West along the
; 'N centerline of State Road No loe. RCN.VKLL.' FLORIDA
a distance of I47tft feet to the
Intersection of the centerline ef
i ', the OM Brick Road and State MRS. K. D. FVLLER. Editor
,. Road No. too thence! North 40
.,' .' ., .; degre 4f SO* East, a distant* Detgale4 .
we* **r fee all
of lit 17 feet ,
.;' \ to the Inters**
: lion of Interstate Highway No. Legal Ae>ertUlag
'\ JI. -: J"_ 9 I right-of-way and the point ,
T> .. of terminus of Its
t{ ,: Entered a* second class
IIrSTKO this End day of February.nOATtn February f. matter
1911. at the poet-
\ OF office at Bussed Florida, under
SIGNERS ..CO.ffiLWlIS.f'OUNTY" Act of March i. 1ITI

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ROAST lb. 59* STEAK lb. 59* STEAK lb. 79

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(Ready Cut) 5 4ge 3 $119
.Each e Ib Tin .
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Fresh Fla. Grade "A" Wilson's Certified (14 .16 tb Avg.)
A SMOKED (Whole or Half)


FOLGER'S (All Grinds)

3 Tin I lb 58- 1 Tan tb 58 GIANT SIZE 48-

Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order Limit (1) with'$5.00 or more food order Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order .

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Fordhook Limas Coupon Void AfterMonday Coupon Void After ) ( Coupon Void After ,'.'.
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Yellow Cookies U..s.No.1 BUNNELL
Ib>> 8:00 ajn-1 goo pjn.' ,
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Citizens To more about the colorful, chatty Use EconomyCuts With a bread and sausage i tie with a string or fasten witha
Senior creatures that hep bring springtime dressing, flank steak becomes a skewer. Place on a rack and
into our lives...We wanted Of Beef very special main dish. bake slowly in a 350 degree oven
See Local you to be able to look up a To prepare flank steak, spread about 1% hours.
C. Filkins, 'Flagler given bird quickly, to see it por ,While beef is still a good buy, bread or sausage stuffing over For a gourmet touch, add a
Beach, will show movies of '' trayed In authentic color, so that why not consider using some of the steak, pull sides of the steak mushroom sauce during the last
cal scenes and residents at 10.1'I you could identify it at once, the less tender, budge-priced together to form a long roll, and half hour of baking time.
March 2 meeting of the Flagler and to learn the story of Its cuts? I
Senior Citizens Club. Filkins life." Dr. Robert Reddish, associate
had orglnally scheduled a showIng Thirty chapters delineate by meat specialist, Florida Agricul I PHONEKellei
on Feb. 2 but was forcedto family groupings all the speciesof tural Extension Service, recom :
cancel the engagement due songbirds normally found mends chuch steak, plate, briS-I''
to an injury he suffered. north of Mexico. Water, game, let, foreshank, and the Fuel I Oil
Representatives of the Red and predatory birds will be presented the round for stews, braised asa
Cross will also appear before In a companion volume.To pot roast, or simmered for a
the Club at this meeting. They show birds in their natural boiled dinner. BURNINGSTAN
will assist the group in making setting, Frederick Kent Truslow, Ground, these cuts can be.
': I final plans for the drive for Eliot Porter, the later Arthur A. come nourishing casserole DARD
funds for the Red Cross in the Allen, Allan D. Cruickshank, and dishes, hamburgers, meat loaves
City of Flagler Beach. The Club other veteran wildlife photographers and meat balls. -
agreed in December to serve as often spent days, weeks, I-
\ the sponsoring unit in a canvass even months to get one outstanding .
of Flagler Beach for the I pictu'. field guides to birds are stand.
I.l'' Red Cross. The canvass will be The book begins with the ard references, contributed the PRODUCTS
made during March.A chapter, "The Way of a Bird,"I chapter on bird-watching. An
six o'clock potluck supper in which Dr. Wetmore explains eight point check list enables DIESEL -:- KEROSENEHOME
will precede the showing of Just what a bird Is-from feathers neophyte birders to make easy DELIVERY COMMERCIAL
movies and the discussion by to song in flight. In another identifications of species. ACCOUNTS
IW Red Cross officials. The meeting chapter he gives practical advice I The book was edited by Merle Phone 437-7172 Bunnell, Florida

trill be building held at S. the Central Woman'sClub ave., back on yards how and to attract gardens.-birds, to I,Severy Geographic, chief Book of Service.the National It was ..".,..".r...................."........!If......'"..."...."'.!If.........."....."......UVWWYWy. -.

Flagler Beach. Birds Eat WeUSucceeding designed by Patricia Coyle Nich FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT I-
All members are urged to be chapters of the olson.

.ti present, said Rev. E,Lester Stan. book add fascinating details Song ,and 'Garden Bird of
} ton, chairman, and guests are and anecdotes covering the North America with its albumof AMBULANCES
also welcome. They are asked whole range of bird habits- bird-song recordings is avail. PHONE VAlley 41625 ?
to bring a covered dish or dessert courtship, nesting, feeding, ter. able only by direct order from
t, and table service. Coffee ritorial defense, and<<; the like. the National Geographic Society,
b, is furnished. Readers will learn, for Instance Dept. 176, Washington, D.C. Never be besltunt about calling a Carda Ambulance. We

that contrary to popular I 20036. Price, $11.95 postpaid are always at year service with promptness.., safety and
saying, birds are prodigious eat. anywhere in the world. experience
ers. Kingfishers may eat twice
Geographic Will their weight in flshin a day; a 1'9"V 1PETERSON Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
flicker ate 5,040 ants at one TEXACO
I Publish Book On meal; and a robin nestling requires SERVICE Garcia Funeral HomeP.
14 feet of earthworms ROAD SERVICE
I Birds of America dally. Light Mechanical Work E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

j A bright flashing world of Roger Tory Peterson, whose : Phone 437-3<<1 Bnnnell LADY ASSISTANTAr
beauty and sound comes to life
in the National Geographic So.
,. ciety's new book, Song and Gar.
den Birds of North America"

Its 400 colorful pages and an I _
album of bird"song recordings
portray 327 species of American
birds' in their natural habitats. r J' jiI-----

Some 550 photographs, mostlyIn 1
color, and paintings illustrate "
the volume. .
The bird-song album is an -i .
integral part of the book. Six
long-playing discs reproduce the .
I. calls of 70 birds that were recorded f '
on location across the ,
continent. The records are -
pressed in clear plastic with ar --V -
rows marking the beginning of i iI
each bird's song. : ___ TiiZ
Experts Wrote Book
Song and Garden Birds o!
North ,America is the work of
n 100 Station
14 Chevy Wagon
leading ornithologists. Dr.
Alexander Wetmore, former Sec. ;'.: .
retary of the Smithsonian Institution
and ciety's Board of Trustees, servedas :
chief author and consultant.In -
announcing publication of
the book to the National Geographic \1 ..
Society's four million :
member families Dr. Meville r :
Bell Grosvenor, president and ; : !
editor of the society, said: "All
of us, I believe, want to know

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, Y HYou're With alumtnlzed exhausts that ditcouraje corrwfon...Delcotron generators that

Chevy encourage longer battery'life brake that adjust themselves .. rocker panel
AR! &m&sisr that lush themselves free of dirt and M/f. Tight? Thtg're downright misery .

looking at the lowest priced sedan and They're good looking. Clean. Functional di COl'er"e
i station wagon that Chevrolet makes. You can get an economical .a-eylind'r engine .i.n;
I They neither look nor act their price. in the sedan or in both cars a 120-hp Hi-Thrift IuCreIlCC .
They're roomy. The sedan seats six. The Six that's quick to do everything but cost
wagon has nine feet from the back of the you money. As we. said earlier, these are our lm. _
; front scat to the tip of the lowered tailgate. lowest priced cars. Try one out today.

WIN ECotcWc&1. I'l Drive something really new-discover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer

i C/ierwIct Gievette C/ieiyif* Concur. Connie .

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